Ahmed Hassebo, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Ahmed Hassebo is a visiting assistant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering. He is teaching a range of electrical engineering courses.
Hassebo’s research focuses on exploring and assessing the feasibility of utilizing both currently existing commercial 4G LTE cellular networks and future evolving 5G cellular technologies to support emerging massive IoT (MIoT) applications with particular emphasis on mission-critical applications with strict latency and reliability requirements.
A. Hassebo, A. Rezk, and M. Ali, “A Hybrid Uplink Scheduling Approach for Supporting Mission-Critical Smart Grid applications in Commercial 4G Cellular Networks”, 2018 9th IEEE Annual UEMCON, NY, 2018.
A. Hassebo, A. A. Mohamed, R. Dorsinvelle and M. A. Ali, “5G-based Converged Electric Power Grid and ICT Infrastructure,” 2018 IEEE 5G World Forum (5GWF), Silicon Valley, CA, 2018, pp. 33-37.
A. Hassebo, M. Obaidat and M. A. Ali, “Commercial 4G LTE cellular networks for supporting emerging IoT applications,” 2018 Advances in Science and Engineering Technology International Conferences (ASET), Abu Dhabi, 2018, pp. 1-6.
Hassebo’s core teaching focuses are analog and digital telecommunication systems, probability theory, MATLAB programming, electric signals/systems and analog and digital electronics.
- Adjunct Faculty, Math, Engineering and Computer Science Dept., LaGuardia Community College of CUNY
- Adjunct Faculty, Electrical Engineering and Telecomm Technology Dept., NYC College of Technology of CUNY